help these guys out

help these guys out

These three candidates need our help to fight back:

Mark Begich: Begich is running in Sarah Palin's home state of Alaska. Begich has a really strong shot at winning a Republican-held Senate seat. He's the mayor of Alaska's largest city—Anchorage—and his opponent, Ted Stevens, was indicted on corruption charges in July. A big part of Begich's issue agenda is ethics reform. Begich supports health care reform, renewable energy investments, ending the war in Iraq, and opposes privatization of Social Security.
Kay Hagan: After five terms in the North Carolina State Senate, Kay Hagan is ready to move on to the U.S. Senate. But first, she has to beat Sen. Elizabeth Dole this fall. Hagan has led the fight for children's healthcare and she wants to tackle the climate crisis when she gets to the Senate. A few months ago, election watchers thought this race was a long-shot, but polls show Hagan and Dole running neck and neck.
Jeanne Shaheen: We need Shaheen to represent New Hampshire—and all of us—in the United States Senate. She's the former Governor of New Hampshire; in fact, she was the first woman ever elected to that office. Now she wants to blaze the trail again and become the first woman elected senator from the state. The only thing standing in her way is pro-war incumbent Republican senator

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Re: help these guys out

get rid of these fools .....and that toe tapper from idaho

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